America’s First Legal Male Prostitute: I’m Just Like Rosa Parks


On top of having a pretty awesome interview with Channing Tatum about his junk, today has a pretty awesome interview with America's first legal male prostitute, about (surprisingly) things other than his junk. For example, he would prefer to be called a "gigolo" rather than a "prostitute," because women require more than just mechanics to give them a full experience:

"You can't necessarily say, 'Oh, it's just a job.' You actually have to say it's a passion. I think it's the same situation as with anything that happens when you break apart a social institution. There has to be some kind of change in terminology to describe persons like myself. And it's more of a civil rights thing now. Basically this is the first time in the economy of the United States that a male has actually stood up and said, "I want to do this for a living." And be protected under law to do it. It's just the same as when Rosa Parks decided to sit at the front instead of the back. She was proclaiming her rights as a disadvantaged, African-American older woman. And I'm doing the same.

Wow, we get goosebumps just thinking about it. He got his license and began practicing legally in Nevada today. People, it's time to be a part of history.

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